Historian; University professor. Born– December 10, 1920, Auburn. Parents– Edward and Mary Rebecca (Hopkins) Everett. Married– Mary Lou Malancon, September 4, 1949, Children– Two. Education– University of Florida, B.A., 1941; Tulane University, M.A., 1950; Ph.D., 1952. Served in U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-1945. Taught at Tulane University, 1952-1953; editorial assistant Mississippi Valley Historical Review; faculty of Trinity University, San Antonio, 1953-91; head of history department, 1966-91. Member of Organization of American Historians, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, and the Southwestern, Southern, Texas, and San Antonio Historical Associations.  Contributor to history journals.  Chair, Board of Editors, Trinity University Press; member Bexar County Historical Survey Commission. Awarded emeritus status on his retirement, 1991.  Died July 6, 2004.


Who’s Who in America, 1978, Directory of American Scholars, 7th and Contemporary Authors online.


San Antonio Legacy. San Antonio, Tex.; Trinity University Press, 1979.

San Antonio; the Flavor of Its Past. San Antonio, Tex.; Trinity University Press, 1975.

San Antonio’s Monte Vista:  Architecture and Society in a Gilded Age.  Maverick, 1999.

Trinity University; a Record of One Hundred Years. San Antonio, Tex.; Trinity University Press, 1968.


Chaplain Davis and Hood’s Texas Brigade. San Antonio, Tex.; Principa Press of Trinity University, 1962.